Consumer Health Impact Awards 2017

September 27, 2017 6:30 pm
Park Tavern
500 10th St NE
Atlanta, GA 30309

Join us for the third annual Consumer Health Impact Awards! We will celebrate and recognize the work of individuals and organizations who have positively impacted the health and lives of countless Georgians. 

The Linda S. Lowe Health Advocacy Award is presented to an individual who has demonstrated a deep commitment to health advocacy and has achieved significant health policy change as a result of their work. This year's awardee is:

Jeff Graham
Executive Director, Georgia Equality

 

 

 

The Community Impact Award is presented to an individual or organization whose work directly improves the health of Georgians in and around their community. We are awarding two Community Impact Awards this year.

 

Chatham County Safety Net Planning Council

 

 

 

Georgia Council on Developmental Disabilities

 

 

Read more about our awardees here. Join us to recognize the great work of our awardees!


Sponsorship opportunities are available.


 

Thank you to our sponsors!

 

Health Champion

Georgia Council on Developmental Disabilities
Harry Heiman & Abby Friedman

Health Guardian

AIDS Healthcare Foundation
Alston & Bird, P.C.
Cindy Zeldin and Doug Busk
Georgia Association for Primary Health Care
Healthcare Georgia Foundation

Health Defender

AbsoluteCARE Medical Center and Pharmacy
Easter Seals of Southern Georgia
Georgia Budget & Policy Institute
Georgia Council on Substance Abuse
Georgia Watch
Holland IT Consulting
Ilene Engel
Lois Frank
Polsinelli, P.C.
United Cerebral Palsy of Georgia

Health Ally

Allyson Burroughs
Bancroft Lesesne
CEU Concepts
Deep Shah
Don Rubin
Georgia Refugee Health & Mental Health
Georgia State University School of Public Health
Healthy Mothers Healthy Babies
Jay Berklehamer
Joanie & Lewis Shubin
Laura Colbert and Chris Tavel
Maura George and Andy Simpson
Mental Health America of Georgia
Northwest Georgia Healthcare Partnership
University of Georgia College of Public Health
Voices for Georgia's Children